They seem to have definitely distanced themselves from the royal family and everything related to it. On Sunday February 6, the royal family celebrated 70 years of reign of Queen Elizabeth II, who acceded to the throne of England at the age of 25 after the death of her father, King George VI. For the occasion, several Windsor sent a short message to the monarch, such as Kate Middleton and Prince William, or even Prince Charles, who notably thanked his mother for having recently decreed that his wife Camilla would bear the title of queen consort. when he in turn becomes king. However, some have done without public messages, like Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
Now settled in Los Angeles after renouncing their titles as senior members of the royal family, the Sussexes seem to be moving away from the crown more than ever, no longer publicly celebrating related events. As is the case for the jubilee of Elizabeth II, to whom they have not addressed any public thought on the site of their Archewell foundation, they who are no longer active on social networks, specifies the Daily Mail. The Duke and Duchess will also obviously be without comment on the Queen’s recent announcement about Camilla Parker Bowles. What further worry Prince Charles, who recently reached out to his youngest son in an effort to limit the devastating revelations about his wife in his forthcoming memoir.
Will Meghan and Harry return in June for the Queen’s Jubilee?
However, if they did not react to the anniversary of the reign of Elizabeth II, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still expected in the United Kingdom from June 2 to 5, to celebrate the coronation with great fanfare. of the Queen. It remains to be seen whether the couple will make the trip, while the Duke of Sussex recently threatened to take legal action to ensure the safety of his family, he who was stripped of all police protection when he left the family. royal. In addition, June 4 will mark the first birthday of little Lilibet. Will the couple take the opportunity to celebrate this moment with the royal family?
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle © AGENCY